Five Property Management Pest Control Problems and Solutions

Pests can have a negative impact on your tenants’ lives as well as your property’s value. Zap Pest Control Inc. can help you with pest control if your property is infested.

1) Who Should Take Care Of Pest Control?

Property managers of any type of rental property know that they are responsible for their tenants’ health and safety. This responsibility could include pest prevention and elimination.

Most states and some municipalities have laws that determine who is responsible for pest control in a rental property. As a property manager, it is important to know your rights as well as those of your tenants. We at Zap Pest Control Inc. strive to ensure that all commercial properties comply with all state and local laws in all areas we serve.

2) How can you prevent pests from entering your property?

These are some tips to help keep pests from invading your commercial property. You can, for example: Make sure that your tenants properly dispose of their garbage–make sure they are actually placing the bags in the trash container. Make sure crawl spaces and basements are well ventilated. You should seal all cracks and crevices on your property.

Also, make sure to inspect for utility points. Make sure your property has proper drainage. High-traffic areas, such as areas where crumbs can build up, should be cleaned daily. Weather stripping, as well as loose mortar, should be replaced around the doors, windows, and, foundation of your building. Are you still experiencing pests? Contact Zap Pest Control Inc. and speak with one of our friendly exterminators to learn how we can make your property pest-free.

3) What are the most common pest problems in commercial properties?

There are many pests that can infest commercial properties. They vary depending on the type of facility and state. There are a few common pests that can infest your property.

Ants: They can invade any property. They come to a building looking for food, shelter, and water. They are social insects and can live in colonies numbering in the thousands. If one ant is spotted that could indicate more.

Cockroaches: These pests can be a problem for condos and apartment complexes as well as commercial properties. Most often, they enter your property via cardboard boxes. Online shopping has made it easier for many boxes to enter your home. Cockroaches can spread 33 types of bacteria, including Salmonella or E.coli. It is crucial to eradicating them. Cockroaches can trigger allergic reactions, and worsen asthma symptoms.

Bed Bugs: In recent years, bed bugs have been a common pest in multi-family homes. Property managers and landlords should not attempt to remove bed bugs by themselves. It is best to hire pest control in Myrtle Beach.

4) How can pests enter my property?

Pests can enter your property from many points. You might also have access to nearby properties. If the neighboring property has a pest problem it could become your pest problem. In pipes and ductwork in winter, pests can easily find shelter in pipes. Tenants can help keep pests away by creating guidelines that are flexible for them.

5) When should I call pest control?

Property managers and landlords need to be able to recognize when it is time to call pest control. It is crucial to have a good relationship with a commercial pest control company in order to keep your property pest-free. Zap Pest Control Inc. offers comprehensive pest management solutions.

We offer pest control services in the following areas:

Call Zap Pest Control Inc. now if you need the help of an exterminator in getting rid of pests from your rental property.

Zap Pest Control Inc.
2507 Forestbrook Rd Suite G
Myrtle Beach, SC 29588
843-654-1927
http://zappests.net/

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